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Nov 30, 2013 2:05am PST
, betsy is here and her boyfriend jay. all right, guys, please keep your blindfolds on until we give you the green light. here is tonya before. >> all right. tonya, let's see the new you. >> wow. >> all right. >> all right. jay, betsy, take off your blindfolds. >> oh, my god! >> jay is in shock. >> tonya, are you ready? >> yes, i'm ready. >> turn around sweetie, right behind you. >> oh, my god! oh, my god! >> you look awesome. >> wow. wow. >> you're right about that. >> i can't stop looking. oh, my gosh. >> look right there at camera 12. >> now that tonya has literally gone to the dogs i wanted to make her life glamorous. arson gave her this great haircut. >> i love that cut. >> and edith did the makeup. made her hair brown, more modern. >> jay, what do you think? >> outrageous. >> i agree. >> betsy? >> i love it. totally glam. >> the dogs are going to love it. >> jill, tell us about the dress. >> perfect to wear to work, right? she wanted something for the holidays. she picked this dress. by maggie london. just a great sparkly dress. >> it is pretty. >> do you like? >> i love it. >> i k
Nov 30, 2013 8:45pm EST
require a larger reconceptualization as betsy alluded to in terms of what health is in what the role of the health care sector is and how we are investing in health versus social. of course in order to achieve that kind of reform we need a different kind of discourse and we need a more inclusive one where people talk about what health means to them and how that is achieved. i think the ac it was the right reform for were we are right now but that scene i would hope that with the book we can inspire larger conversation that will one day get us to broader reform. >> do you think we needed the aca? >> i would definitely agree. the aca has set a platform on which i think a great health care system can be built and i think that as a couple of inputs to it. one is getting everybody insured and making it more explicit. this is what we are spending to ensure this population and if you make that explicit with the american public we are going to be a little bit more discerning about what are the inputs to this and what are we paying for and getting everybody in that is a huge step forward. >>
Nov 28, 2013 5:00am PST
the jimmy joe clark is a successful because of its flanks of tennessee. thanks to betsy could disappear when politicians decide on sunday we see in the unions agree on that. the thinking was why the politicians to set the rate of eight point of the year raising studying expect them to my stomach return. the sofa so he can with great reviews and i think it would be unwise to move more carefully. it may have been more reasonable to stop fiddling around seventy or so. this would've given us the opportunity to analyze possible consequences. and then slowly increase the minimum wage and sauces evil in it. it is easy once the minimum wage. the spd will get to it that's what i'm going to go said that she wanted to hegemony is critical in a daze that we doing something from domestic to mind. i'm one of these i think it's mainly a domestic problem. it's about social justice and gemini. this was the main motivation for the social democrats joined the election campaign. this is why the figure of eight fifty is such a great symbolic value. with a jump on me and spend more because the minimum wage while
Nov 27, 2013 12:00pm PST
my style. that's what i want to play. >> tough role. that's tough shoes to fill. >> look, betsy. you know, ari has got his fantasy thing going on. i read your story. i don't know why you're so nervous. we are so far away from this thing being released. you seem certain that disney will be the ruination of "star wars." disney took over pixar, pixar is still making movies. and they have jj abrams at the helm. i can't think of anybody in hollywood better to make the next "star wars" movie we need. why are you so nervous? >> you know, we get the "star wars" movie we deserve. and god bless jj abrams, i hope he nails it. i hope i'm totally wrong. but first the fact that they're making a seventh "star wars" strikes me as sacrilegious. i can't be at peace with it. >> come on. it's a product. of course they can make another movie. >> no, it's not just a product. it's a story. >> it's not a religion. >> okay. depending on who you're talking to. >> krystal ball as princess laya. >> i think your tune might change if you get a role in the movie. >> call me, disney. we can talk. >> all right. bets
Nov 29, 2013 11:00pm PST
information at anne gumowitz. the betsy and jesse fink foundation. the hkh foundation. barbara g. fleischman. and by our sole corporate sponsor, mutual of america, designing customized individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. >>> welcome. in this broadcast you will meet an effervescent man who still believes we can make democracy work. wendell berry is a master of the written word, and he rarely appears on television. for one thing, when he's not writing, he's farming, and that can keep a fellow busy from sunrise to sunset. but we met recently and after considerable persuasion he said, "okay, bring your cameras with you." this portrait is the result. produced with the schumann media center, which i head. >> we don't have a right to ask whether we're going to succeed or not. the only question we have a right to ask is, what's the right thing to do? what does this earth require of us if we want to continue to live on it? >> for wendell berry, the defense of the earth is a mission that admits no compromise. this quiet and modest man who liv
Nov 25, 2013 12:00am PST
. the betsy and jesse fink foundation. the hkh foundation. barbara g. fleischman. and by our sole corporate sponsor, mutual of america, designing customized individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company. >> welcome. a very wise teacher once told us, "if you want to change the world, change the metaphor." then he gave us some of his favorite examples. you think of language differently, he said, if you think of "words pregnant with celestial fire" or "words that weep and tears that speak." of course, the heart doesn't physically separate into pieces when we lose someone we love, but "a broken heart" conveys the depth of loss. and if i say you are the "apple of my eye," you know how special you are in my sight. in other words, metaphors cleanse the lens of perception and give us a fresh take on reality. in other words. recently i read a book and saw a film that opened my eyes to see differently the crisis of our times, and the metaphor used by both was, believe it or not, zombies. you heard me right, zombies. more on the film later, but this is the book, "z
Nov 25, 2013 4:00am PST
care for our employees. >> reporter: great until owner betsy attkisson learned the policy would be terminated because it doesn't meet the requirements of the affordable care act. >> on june 30th, 2014, i will probably not be offering company insurance for my employees. i just can't afford it. >> reporter: administration records show the white house expected millions of workers to lose their current employer-based coverage and that many companies would send employees to to buy their own insurance. deborah scoured the website for a new policy, so far she can't afford the premiums. >> they just are higher and higher when there is a pre-existing. will i have my same specialist. do i have to search for other specialists? there are so many unanswered questions. >> reporter: deborah hopes she'll eventually find a plan that fits her budget so she can still make trips to indiana to see her grandson. >> if i can't go see him, that's the worst. >> reporter: susan mcginnis, cbs news, washington. >>> for the first time, the vatican publicly unveiled bone fragments that may hav
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Nov 30, 2013 11:30am PST
andrew's day. and joining us on the phone now, becky johnson of sky news. betsy is at the glasgow royal infirmary where 14 of the injured victims were transported. so becky, give us the details as far as you know? >> well, we have an update from the official just in the last couple of hours. we know that in the initial aftermath of this clash, 32 people were taken to hospital. we're told that 18 of them were treated. they've now left hospital but we're told 14 still in a serious condition. we're not being told very much more than that except that we know that their injuries are mainly head injuries, spinal injuries, and fractures. so as you say, eight people confirmed dead. but also, the authorities this evening saying that until that helicopter is moved from inside that pub, they can't confirm how many people possibly bodies may still be inside. so there's really a tragic day for the people of glasgow. around this hospital tonight, where i am, a real sort of somber mood. and that's the mood across the city. i've seen people just walking around in tears, as the news that eight people we
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